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ECoVEM Conference

📅   30th May 2024
⏰  Duration: 9:30 to 17:00
📍   Venue: Universitetet i Oslo (UiO) – Informatikk Biblioteket, Gaustadalléen 23B, Ole Johan Dahls hus

The Norwegian Perspectives in the European Microelectronics Future

Agenda

9:30 – 10:00  – REGISTRATION

10:00  –  WELCOME

  • ECWT – Eva Fabry, Director ECWT
  • SEMI Europe – Christopher Frieling is Director for Advocacy and Public Policy at the SEMI Europe Brussels Office

10:15  –  The current state, market, and potential of the Semiconductor industry in Norway

  • Importance of safe, secure, and domestic production of electronics and technology – Mahmoud Farahmand, Member of the Stortinget (Norwegian Parliament), Conservative Party (Høyre)
  • The Norwegian Semiconductor Value Chain – Mapping 2023 – Jonas Erraia, Menon Economics, Partner, Project Lead
  • Disruptive supercapacitor technology using interconnected crosslinked carbon nanotubes – Per Øhlckers, CEO nanoCaps
  • EU Chips Skills Academy – Christopher Frieling is Director for Advocacy and Public Policy, SEMI Europe

11:15  –  Panel discussion and Ǫ and A

Moderator: Professor Mehdi Azadmehr, USN, Faculty of Technology and Maritime Sciences Department of Microsystems.

12:00  –  Lunch

13:00  –  Education – Research – Innovation in Microelectronics

  • METIS – University of South Eastern Norway
    Professor Mehdi Azadmehr, USN, Faculty of Technology and Maritime Sciences Department of Microsystems
  • ECoVEM – European Centre of Vocational Excellence in Microelectronics Professor Slavka Tzanova, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 3D-MUSE – Philipp Häfliger, Professor – Research Group of Nanoelectronic Systems, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
  • Chips Act Norway – Ralph William Bernstein, SINTEF Digital, Professor NTNU
  • Chips of Europe – Kristin Imenes, Faculty of Technology and Maritime Sciences Department of Microsystems

14:00  –  Moderated discussion between speakers and the audience

Moderator: Manuel Castro, Professor in the Spanish University for Distance Education (UNED) – VET and Educational Activities in Microelectronics

14:30  –  The Added value of DEIS for the Chip Industry

  • Linn Fagerberg, Managing director Electronic Coast Norway
  • Cristina Murillo, Managing Director GAIA Cluster, San Sebastian, Spain
  • Eva Langslet, Innovation Norway, Coordinator IPCEI
  • Slavka Tzanova, Professor TU of Sofia
  • Anais Mispolet, Pole-SCS
  • Dimitris Raftopoulos, Knowledge Broker, ECWT

Moderator: Xavier-Bouvier, INES-Solaire, Chambery.

15:30  –  Summary and recommendations

15:45 – 17:00  –  Networking Reception

17:00  –  End of the Conference

The conference was held 30th May 2024, registrations no longer possible!

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